Friendly Letter: Students can use a program like ABCya's Letter Generator to write a letter written by the main character in the book they are currently reading.Students can choose who their character is writing to for this activity.Puppet Green Screen Video Retelling: Students could retell their story using green screen technology.
Create a Quiz: Students could use Google Forms to create a quiz about the book/story they read for others to take.
This requires a bit of thinking on their end and they will need to be very familiar with the book in order to come up with different types of questions and their answers.
Diorama Green Screen Video: Another idea involving green screen technology would be to have students design and create a diorama that displays the main setting of the story (if the book has multiple settings then this project may not be the best fit).
Using that app, Do Ink, or the computer programs, i Movie or We Video, students could "report" straight from the setting or reenact one of the main parts of the book.
Your students would have a blast responding to reading with some of these EASY digital ideas listed below.
There is a lot of opportunity for differentiation and reaching all kinds of learning styles with these activities.
Whether you have Chromebooks, i Pads, PCs, or Macs in your classroom, you can use technology to engage and inspire your students in the curriculum.
These multimedia projects were created by students using Wixie.
Students engaged in peer re-vision and iteration to produce comic strips.
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